Labor on Patrol

Murray, Mark
September 1999
National Journal;9/04/99, Vol. 31 Issue 36, p2489
Discusses how the Teamster Local 560 in Union City, New Jersey was able to combat corruption among its officials with the help of the United States (US) federal government. Information on the officials of the Teamster Local 560 who are involved in organized crimes; Move of International Brotherhood of Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa to ask the court appointed leader of the Teamster Local 560, to draft a plan on how the union combat corruption.


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